(urth) Wolves

Marc Aramini marcaramini at gmail.com
Mon Jul 7 14:57:16 PDT 2014

I mean this really depends how tangential and desparate you want to get.
 Like Silhouette, which I am almost finished writing up, clearly has no
wolves, as there are no animals on the space ship, but johann, our
protagonist, is called "betrothed of fortune" by another character (and the
name Faust means fortunate or lucky) ... So the wolf in that story is
johann Wolfgang goethe ... But really ... ... No wolves for all reasonable
intents and purposes

On Monday, July 7, 2014, Andrew Mason <andrew.mason53 at googlemail.com> wrote:

> Continuing this discussion from a while ago: I have just been reading _An
> Evil Guest_, and that contains one explicit werewolf, perhaps with
> suggestions that there are also hidden ones.
> Also - I thought I had posted this before, but I can't find it in the
> archive, so will repeat it: Marc's recent post on _Peace_ showed that there
> are wolves in that, in 'The Stag at Bay'.
> So, we have wolves in:
> Cerberus
> Peace
> New Sun
> Castleview
> Soldier
> Long Sun (perhaps)
> The Wizard Knight (perhaps)
> An Evil Guest
> The Sorcerer's House
> The Land Across.
> I think it's likely that they are indeed everywhere, though I'm still
> worried about where they can be in _Short Sun_. They do seem to be becoming
> more obvious in recent works, though. Is Wolfe putting them in  to fulfil
> Gaiman's prediction? Or is he making them more blatant to save us the time
> and trouble spent in searching for the hidden wolf?
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